New in hardcover:
- Blue Screen by Robert B. Parker — Two of Parker's most beloved series characters, P.I. Sunny Randall and police chief Jesse Stone, unite in a "breezy, fast-paced whodunit" (Publishers Weekly).
- Baby Proof by Emily Griffin — The witty, heartfelt story about what happens to the perfect couple when they suddenly want different things.
- Lying in Bed by M. J. Rose — "Reading M. J. Roses's novels is like having great sex with a familiar partner. Even before you begin, you know it's going to be good." (BookReporter)
- Swapping Lives by Jane Green — The New York Times bestselling author of The Other Woman returns with a wry tale of two women who discover the grass is not always greener on the other side of the Atlantic.
- The Wrong Hostage by Elizabeth Lowell — The latest masterwork from one of the leading writers of suspense.
- The Delta Belles by Penelope J. Stokes — The author of Circle of Grace pens an uplifting novel about the reunion of the Delta Belles, a music group that takes the country by storm in the 1960s.
- Shadow Man by Cody McFadyen — A deranged serial killer turns the tables on a former FBI agent in this debut thriller.
- The Importance of Being Barbra by Tom Santopietro — The people who read this book are the luckiest people in the world.
- Seminary Boy by John Cornwell — A moving and, at times, troubling memoir of an adolescence spent in the isolated, all-male world of the seminary.
- Fiendish Codex I : Hordes of the Abyss (D&D Supplement) by Ed Stark, James Jacob, and Erik Mona — Dust off your twenty-sided die! This supplement for the Dungeons & Dragons game presents the definitive treatise on demons and their unspeakable home plane.
- Eva Hesse Drawing by The Drawing Center — The first book to explore the process of experimental artist Hesse (1936–1970), following her work from drawing to painting and sculpture, and always back to drawing.
- The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia by Michael Gray — The culmination of over thirty years of dedicated research and scholarship.
- Only in America by Paul Oreffice — The story of Oreffice's immigration to America, revealing how difficult early experiences sharpened him and molded his outlook on management and life.
- Riding Shotgun: The Role of the COO by Nathan Bennett — Provides a new understanding of the little-understood, but crucially important, role of the Chief Operations Officer.
New in paperback:
- Getting Stoned with Savages : A Trip Through the Islands of Fiji and Vanuatu by J. Maarten Troost — From the bestselling author of The Sex Lives of Cannibals comes the laugh-out-loud true story of Troost's years on the islands of Vanuatu and Fiji, among cannibals, volcanoes... and the world's best narcotics.
- The Microsoft Crabby Office Lady Tells It Like It Is: Secrets to Surviving Office Life by Annik Stahl — The Crabby Office Lady shows you how to make the most of Microsoft Office programs and how to survive today's office environment.
- Cracking the GED, 2007 Edition by The Princeton Review — Makes life much easier for students by giving them only the information they need to earn a high score and get their diploma.
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